Glass Tiger takes on Sidney

The band has been producing music for over a quarter century

Glass Tiger plays the Charlie White Theatre on Nov. 21.

SIDNEY — It’s been over twenty years since Glass Tiger first topped the charts with their hits and they will take the stage this month with some of their most famous tunes at the Mary Winspear Centre.

On Thursday, Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. Glass Tiger will play in the Charlie White Theatre to what will likely be a sold-out crowd.

The band has been producing music for over a quarter century and has toured the world, sharing stages with some of the biggest acts of all time.

In 2005 Glass Tiger marked 20 years of making music together and they released a DVD containing all of the original hit videos the band released in the 1980s and ‘90s along with two new videos and songs recorded especially for the compilation.

Nowadays, Glass Tiger continues to play select dates only when all members of the band are available to perform.

If you’ve never seen Glass Tiger live this is your chance to experience in person why the band has been one of Canada’s most enduring groups for three decades.

Tickets for the show are $47.50 and are available through the Mary Winspear Centre box office by calling 250-656-0275 or  visiting www.marywinspear.ca.

— News staff

 

 

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